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Out of Light into Darkness
     

Out of Light into Darkness

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by T.A. Chase
 

In a world where humans are treated like cattle, one man must find the courage to love and heal the vampire who owns him.

Andor's been a vampire for centuries and has never experienced weakness in his long life. Yet something runs through his blood, bringing darkness to his sight and his world. His herd of humans has been compromised by a rival,

Overview

In a world where humans are treated like cattle, one man must find the courage to love and heal the vampire who owns him.

Andor's been a vampire for centuries and has never experienced weakness in his long life. Yet something runs through his blood, bringing darkness to his sight and his world. His herd of humans has been compromised by a rival, yet there is one man whose blood is pure. Unfortunately for Andor, Sven ran away from him months ago.

Sven left Andor's herd when he realised Andor would never see him as anything other than a blood donor. Being dragged back like a spoiled child doesn't sit well with him until he discovers Andor needs him.

Blindness and danger swirl around Andor and Sven as they deal with their own attraction. Will Sven's blood and love be enough to keep Andor from slipping further into the darkness threatening to claim the vampire?

Reader Advisory: This book is a prequel to From Slavery to Freedom.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780857152749
Publisher:
Totally Entwined Group Ltd
Publication date:
08/30/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
95
Sales rank:
293,021
File size:
364 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Shadows blended, graduating from light grey to the darkest black. They neither stayed still nor moved in any direction. The harder Andor strained to make out any tiny detail, the more the lights pulsed with a weird life of their own.

A cough drew his attention to a larger shadow standing where he knew the door to his study was.

“Yes?”

“He’s arrived, sir.”

They had sent Tony to inform him. Andor recognised the hesitation in the young man’s voice like Tony weighed every word before he spoke.

“Good. Where is he now?”

Andor didn’t move from where he sat, not wanting to appear weak in front of any of his herd.

“In his room, sir. Malachi escorted him there before sending me to tell you.”

A heady surge of relief swept through Andor. It had almost killed him when Sven left the compound, yet he stayed away from the young human. He hoped Sven would have returned on his own, but with Andor’s health and very existence in jeopardy, he couldn’t wait any longer. Hopefully, he’d be able to convince Sven to help him instead of forcing him to give Andor what he needed. Also, with Sven back home, Andor wouldn’t have to worry about something happening to the human meant to be everything to Andor.

“His door isn’t locked, is it?”

“No, sir. Malachi has someone watching it, but there’s nothing to keep him here.”

Tony was right. There wasn’t anything to keep Sven at the compound, yet Andor hoped the mortal would be angry enough at being forced to return, he’d stick around, if only to chew Andor out.

“Thank you, Tony, and relay my appreciation to Malachi. Tell him he may have his choice from the herd as an award.”

“Certainly, sir.”

Unhappiness filled Tony’s voice and Andor knew the young guard hoped Malachi would choose him instead of one of the humans making up Andor’s herd.

“Good night.” He waved, dismissing the messenger and the dark block he assumed was Tony disappeared through the black square behind it.

Andor rubbed his eyes. Damn vision was fucked and not having fed for a week didn’t help matters. Being an older vampire, Andor didn’t have to feed as often as the younger ones, but with the poison still ravaging his body, he should have been feeding every other day to try and combat it.

Standing, he remained still until he oriented himself with the large desk at one end of his study. No one had been in his suite of rooms since he awoke and there wasn’t any way they could get in while he slept. It was one of the many precautions Malachi instituted when he’d come to work for Andor.

He made it across the room without mishap, hating the shuffling steps he had to take to insure he didn’t run into a coffee table or a piece of furniture he’d forgotten was there. There was truth in the clich

Meet the Author

There is beauty in every kind of love, so why not live a life without boundaries? Experiencing everything the world offers fascinates TA and writing about the things that make each of us unique is how TA shares those insights. TA lives in the Midwest with a wonderful partner of twelve years. When not writing, TA’s watching movies, reading and living life to the fullest.

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Out of Light into Darkness 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wish this story was longer! It was really well done and the story line and character development was definitely strong enough for a full length novel. Sexy, fun characters made this another winner for T.A. Chase! I'm glad there is a second book in the series "From Slavery to Freedom."
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